There's a lot of pressure right now for parents to "do everything," even amidst COVID, but we actually can't do everything without suffering greatly.
On this episode we welcome Dr. Amy Stoeber to talking about embracing "good enough" parenting and about how to turn away from the concept of perfectionism.
Dr. Stoeber is a licensed psychologist who sees children and families in private practice but she also is a trainer, consultant, and educator for teachers and medical practices on the topics of trauma and resilience. She provides workshops, educational conferences, and online events to train professionals on trauma, compassionate practices, and building resilience so that families and children thrive!
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Books Mentioned in the Episode:
Our Book is Here!
The New Baby Blueprint: Taking Care if You and Your Little One is on shelves now and online wherever books are sold.
The Bump said: "They say motherhood doesn’t come with a manual, but The New Baby Blueprint, brought to you by the American Academy of Pediatrics, comes pretty close. Author Whitney Casares, a pediatrician and mom of two, walks expectant parents through all the essentials of prepping for baby’s arrival, including what to expect in the first days and weeks, and how to prepare your home, your partner and your brain for having a newborn—all through a relatable mix of humor and practical advice."